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Pinot’s Palette Brings Paint & Sip to Short North

Susan Post Susan Post Pinot’s Palette Brings Paint & Sip to Short NorthPinot's Palette opens to the public February 6 - All photos by Susan Post
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Grab your brushes and wine. Paint-and-sip Pinot’s Palette makes its public debut in the Short North on Thursday, February 6.

The studio is taking over the former home of Fabian’s at 691 N. High St.

Pinot’s Palette will offer both classes where participants will paint a pre-selected work, as well as open studio time for individuals to pop-in and create masterpieces of self-guided creation. The main studio can accommodate between 36-48 painters, depending on the orientation of the canvas.

For those preferring a private paint-and-sip experience, there’s the Arch City Room. It can handle 10 – 24 painters and the studio will work with guests to have food catered, or they can bring in their own.

Although Pinot is in the name, wine won’t be the only alcoholic beverage available. Pinot’s Palette will have a full bar with beer, wine and a limited cocktail menu. For those needing a refresh mid-paint, in-house artists will be roaming looking for refills.

A full lineup of classes can be found on Pinot’s Palette’s website, pinotspalette.com/shortnorth.

All photos by Susan Post

The studio seats 36 with landscape paintings
Canvases ready for their creations
All of the supplies are provided by Pinot’s Palette
All of the supplies are provided by Pinot’s Palette
Pinot’s Palette will serve beer, wine and cocktails
TVs help painters keep up with the action
The Arch City Room for private events
The Arch City Room can accommodate up to 24 guests
A look at the studio from near the bar
Painters can frame their work
Pinot’s Palette opens to the public February 6
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